The class will be on Wednesday, the 29th of March at 7 PM. Thanks to
everyone who voted in the date poll. I'm hoping to have it in our main
meeting room, 86-01, but that's not positive yet.
I expect it to run 2-3 hours (you don't have to stay the whole time), which
should give us good time to cover some of the major parts of the game, but
I can't get to everything in one night. I plan to focus on the more
fundamental aspects of the game that apply directly to real spaceflight and
will get you to the point where you can explore the game and learn more on
your own. I'm open to hosting other events in the future to go more into
more depth on advanced topics if there is a demand.
So, I'd like to know what you all would like to learn and what you already
know. Please fill out this quick survey (5 multiple choice questions) so I
can get a good idea of where I should start.
And if you're already pretty good in the game and want to come help people
learn it, let me know! I'm sure I could use some help.
Thanks! I look forward to seeing you there.
Good luck on finals, and may your rockets always point prograde.
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